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Wednesday, 18 January 2012 00:37

Submit Everyone: The Guerrilla Jiu-Jitsu Files- Book Review

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When it comes to devising a plan of attack against the enemy, all necessary precautions must be made to ensure complete dominance on the battlefield. This premise can deeply be employed into the art of Brazilian jiu-jitsu where the object of the game is to formulate ideas and strategies to immobilize the victim while hunting for the finish.  More than a jiu-jitsu magazine...

A man that has taken this theory and brought it to the surface, using his years of experience in Judo and Brazilian Jiu-jitsu Dave Camarillo has revolutionized the game with his Guerrilla Jiu-jitsu system which in term has helped create world champions in both the grappling and MMA world. An event that’s  been five years in the making teaming up with well renowned  author  and owner of the Jiu-Jitsu League academy Kevin Howell, Camarillo has finally unleashed unto the world his long awaited title “Submit Everyone”.

[social][/social]Submit Everyone is not your ordinary grappling manual or jiu-jitsu magazine, it is a handbook that is designed to change a practitioner’s way of thinking while training and inspires one toward developing a submission orientated game for decimating the opposition.  To no surprise, the five year anticipation was worth the wait as Dave’s endless knowledge on the topic combined with Kevin’s architect allowed the duo to put their minds together to create an astonishing masterpiece that allows readers to unlock the secret files of Camarillo’s Guerrilla Jiu-jitsu.

The book is divided into seven chapters (known as “FILES”) each explaining its own importance toward developing a submission focused strategy. In the book Dave goes over a variety of conventions toward building a submission game, understanding the mental aspects of fighting, troubleshooting issues, amongst other offensive based tactics. The techniques are each explained through a step by step process with a clear and smooth delivery in the form of picture designs followed by a dialogue reading (known as a “Plan of Attack”) on the entire breakdown of the sequence and the methodology behind it.

Aside from the great instruction, the shining feature of the title is the illustrations. Using a “Confidential File” based theme, laid out in an intriguing yet brilliant format, the portraits are well constructed to keep the individual’s interest in learning what’s offered through a 349 page read.

With infinite possibilities at the grappler's disposal Submit Everyone exemplifies the prime example of how ground fighting has evolved. The book serves as an encouragement tool to help the reader unlock their ultimate potential at becoming a dangerous force on the mats. No matter what belt rank, experience, or weight category you fall under when reading this book enter this adventure with an open mind of not "what if" but  “what can” occur when you explore new alternatives toward maximizing your efficiency in your path toward becoming a finisher in battle.

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Monta Wiley

Monta Wiley is a freelance writer for various online BJJ and MMA Publications. He holds a Bachelors Degree in Aviation Administration from CSU Los Angeles and has been doing Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu for over 7 years.  Monta has written for BJJ Legends, Jiu-Jitsu Magazine since 2010.

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